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  1. This is coming out next week - Tuesday 7 April. This is the one where architects redesign existing houses within a genuinely reasonable budget, presented via immersive Virtual Reality. IMO this is the best series of all of them for learning about the design process, and with the best involvement of the client in the discussion with the architect. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000h3m8 My thread about Series 1: Ferdinand
  2. I have been catching up with this TV Prog (BBC2). The premise is to get 2 contrasting schemes from 2 contrasting architects. For the episodes I have seen one has usually been a "fat at the back" 2000s traditional modernisation, but the latest I saw had one "on the angle", and the other as an intelligent reconfiguration. I like that it uses entirely ordinary homes in ordinary places with ordinary people on ordinary budgets - the one I have last watched was a couple in a bog standard right-to-buy Council House on a corner plot - and I can find 20 exactly like that within a mile of my desk. In this case it works, and the projects are built-with-modifications. And for me it has the best engagement with the client, rather than with not-yet-famous experts on the make. There is just the presenter and 2 architects - following the BBC template of "sensible woman" and " male character". There is virtual reality tech-gimmickry which blows Sarah Beeny's LCD Floor into a cocked hat, but is in a mainly supporting role. My only annoyance beyond "talking up the tech" segments is a presenter with a slight need to diss rather than explain whatever went before. They are no the BBC2 iPlayer here. Be quick - Episode 1 has already dropped off the end. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/m00048xh/your-home-made-perfect Ferdinand